On Monday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers awarded defensive linesman Ndamukong Suh a new one-year contract on Monday, marking his third campaign with the club in 2021.
In addition to several other key elements that agreed to expand the connection with “Bucs”, other signatories include central defender Lavonte David, wide receiver Chris Godwin, low-end Rob Gronkowski and defender Leonard Fournette.
In addition, quarterback Tom Brady (Tom Brady) renewed his contract, bringing his income this year to more than $41 million.
In 2020, Suh helped the Florida team win the Super Bowl. In the regular season, he made 44 tackles, including 27 singles, knocked out 2 assists, and fired 6 sacks.
As a five-time guest of the Pro Bowl, the 34-year-old veteran participated in 174 NFL games and spent the first five years of his career with the Detroit Lions.
“Living in Tampa is the ultimate goal. I am super comfortable in this city. “I like to play in the defense of Coach Bowles,” Sukh told the Athletics newspaper, noting his defensive coordinator Todd Bowles The work was passed.
Last year, Tampa Bay totaled 48 sacks, ranking fourth in the league.